Vol 21, 2013 No. 1 Anne Wren, The political economy of the service transition Michael Kenny, Faith, flag and the ‘first’ New Left David S. Moon, Welsh Labour in power Catherine Needham reviews The Relational State by Graeme Cooke and Rick Muir Jacob Rowbottom, Leveson, press freedom and the watchdogs Helena See, Leveson, politicians and the press: origins of the present crisis Madeleine Davis, Can One Nation Labour learn from the British New Left? Jonathan Rutherford, The first New Left, Blue Labour and English modernity No. 2-3 Angela Eagle, Building a better politics Leo Pollak, Labour’s kryptonite? The lessons of the Bullock Commission on industrial democracy Roundtable: The British economy: a crisis of Anglo-liberal capitalism? Dan Corry, Where is the (British) centre left now on macro policy? Ben Jackson and Martin O’Neill interview Jacob Hacker Jon Lawrence, Blue Labour, One Nation Labour, and the lessons of history Sarah Hutchinson and Florence Sutcliffe Braithwaite interview Frances O’Grady Paul Segal reviews Capital in the Twenty-First Century by Thomas Piketty Jim Tomlinson, The spirit of ’45? Duncan Weldon, Beyond living with capitalism No. 4 Katrine Kielos, Sweden is better than this Kevin Farnsworth, Public policies for private corporations Joe Guinan reviews Reclaiming Public Ownership by Andrew Cumbers James Plunkett reviews The Political Economy of the Service Transition by Anne Wren Roundtable: What would a 40% strategy for Labour look like?